100m from the Chateau
Five very spacious bedrooms and suites (up to fifteen people)
Delightful walled garden
Excellent and plentiful breakfast.
Nestled in the centre of the delightful and historical village of st Fargeau, close by the 15th century church and surrounded by quiet village gardens, the Maison Jeanne d’Arc is comfortable, discreet and refined. Personal photographs, books and memorabilia add to the charm and character of the house.
The peacefulness of the location is immediately evident, with the church bells barely noticeable. There is an excellent and generous breakfast served in the dining room or occasionally in the garden.
The house is available for rent in its entirety or on a bed and breakfast basis.
The house is part of the history of the village.
Joan of Arc stayed here, as did Mme Boutevilain, coal merchant and candy seller. The house has been carefully restored five years ago by Noemi Brunet, and is now ready to welcome you into its timeless embrace, to share a moment together under the quizzical eye of Henri, the large chocolate labrador.
We look forward to seeing you!
Bedroom Jacques Cœur
Situated on the first floor, this spacious and magnificent classically decorated bedroom for two people has a stunning view from two large south facing windows on to the old rooftops of the village, a succession of gardens and the “Jacques Cœur” tower of the Chateau de St Fargeau.
Mini Suite blue Mouki
A small pretty room (17m2) on the first floor, painted English blue and with a single bed 90 x 200, ideal for a child. South facing, it adjoins a large double room with antique lime-washed wood panelled walls and a king size bed 180 x 200 which can be separated into two single beds if required.
Suite Rose Calamine
Situated on the first floor, access to this lovely room with four poster bed is from the landing and via a bright corridor. This opens into the first room, which is furnished with twin beds (90 x 200) and leads to a huge canopied room with two large south facing windows and a view of the 15th century church and the trees in the grounds of the chateau.
Suite Jeanne D’arc
Located on the ground floor and separate from the main house, this cosy family suite is accessed directly via a covered walkway. The hallway leads to two bedrooms and a pretty bathroom. Three big windows in the larger room face south towards the 15th century church.
This small suite, situated on the first floor of the garden outbuildings, is accessed via a charming rustic stairway. The large bedroom is light, refined and very comfortably furnished with an bird’s eye view of the garden.
The treasury tower
Sleep in the heart of the Chateau de St Fargeau in the Treasury Tower.
Four poster bed
Wonderful view of the park
Apartment consisting of two huge rooms with Versailles parquet floors and 18th century wood panelling.
Suite aux Losanges
Located in the Maison Les Charmilles, which adjoins the Maison Jeanne d’Arc, this family suite is composed of two rather atypical rooms, one on the ground floor and the other on the mezzanine, and a bathroom. It can accommodate 4 people. It is accessed via the small garden on the church square. On the ground floor you can enjoy the large common room where you can have breakfast together.
Located in the Maison Les Charmilles, which adjoins the Maison Jeanne d’Arc, this family suite is on the first floor, above the entresol. It is served by an independent entrance at the end of a narrow medieval alley. A beautiful staircase leads to a small landing which opens onto two bedrooms, and a bathroom with toilet.
The house is ideal to rent for family reunions, anniversaries, intimate weddings or get-togethers with friends.
Situated in a traditional village at the gateway of Burgundy in Puisaye-Forterre,
just 2 hours south of Paris and surrounded by rolling green countryside and woods teeming with wild game, your guest house is a hidden secret in the heart of the historic village of St Fargeau in the Yonne.
The Maison Jeanne d’Arc is just two minutes walk from the Chateau de St Fargeau and fifteen minutes by car from the unmissable visitor sites of the Chateau de Ratilly and the Chateau de Guedelon, the chateau’s educational farm and the birthplace of Colette at Saint-Sauveur.
The vineyards of Sancerre, Irancy and Chablis are good stopping points for an excursion to explore Vezelay or Ancy le Franc in the heart of Burgundy.
The house in gîte formula
Ideal for getting together with family or friends, at the gates of Burgundy wine country, 2 hours from Paris, between Sancerre and Chablis, in the land of Colette and the castles!
Located 100 m from the castle and the shops, in the heart of the charming historic village of Saint-Fargeau, this house is charming. Carefully restored in keeping with its originality – it was a modest inn until the end of the 1950s – it now exudes conviviality with its discreet, warm and refined décor. Situated at the foot of the church, this building dating from the Middle Ages has kept its corbelling. Beyond its small garden, it contemplates the church square, the towers and the park of the thousand-year-old castle.